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Mot de passe :. J'ai oublié mon mot de passe. A la croisée des livres. Quelques opinions sur quelques livres. Rien de bien original. Mise à jour :. Titre: Auteur: Résumé: Mon opinion: Note:. Abonne-toi à mon blog! Bienvenue à tous et à toutes. Voici un blog de plus consacré à la lecture et aux livres, j'espère qu'il vous plaira et que vous laisserez des commentaires pour m'aider à l'améliorer. Certains articles proviennent de mon autre blog: lesracinesduciel. Consacré à mes photographies et montages.
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Crossing Borders | Manuscripts from the Bodleian Libraries
The Middle Ages Illuminated. The cross-cultural focus of. Is very much in the spirit of Thomas Bodley’s founding vision for his library. Today, as in his time, this approach transcends ideological and religious boundaries to create a broader framework within which the rich legacy of Christians, Muslims, and Jews can be understood and appreciated. From Roll to Codex. Shared Motifs in Christian and Hebrew Books. The Kennicott Bible, a Medieval Masterpiece. Fables from India to Spain and Beyond.
Amy's 23 Things
Friday, 9 April 2010. Office 2.0: Google Docs. Thursday, 8 April 2010. Monday, 22 March 2010. I have been following several tweets on Twitter but I still don't really think I am appreciating it! I'm not someone who talks the talk and I don't really feel I have an awful lot of info to share with a world of stangers. For libraries, Twitter provides another opportunity for for reader interaction but I once again I wonder whether readers really want librarians invading their social spaces. Tweet, tweet, tweet.
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The Bodleian Cricket Club, based in Oxford, is a ramshackle assemblage of Bodleian Library employees (and associates) with a common aim: to make third-rate performances on the field, and first-rate performances in the bar, appear as dignified and effortless as possible. We now have a new blog-website,take a look Bodleian CC Blog. Create with flickr badge. To arrange a fixture please email the Fixture Secretary. V Kings Somborne CC, 28 Jun 2015. Kings Somborne CC beat Bodley by 7 Wickets.
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New fixture for us, against local village team at this picturesque North Oxford ground. 20 overs, 6pm start. Not quite TMS - it's the latest match report! Messrs Webb, Webb jnr, Busby, Mackinnon and Shaw limber up. Tea was very good - well-filled sandwiches and a plethora of porky pies, sausage rolls and eggs, followed by a heaving selection of cakes that included a quite delicious banana loaf with chocolate chips. Suitably stuffed, we waddled out to watch our opening batters work off their cake.
The Bodleian's Map Room Blog | Items of interest from the wonderful world of maps
The Bodleian's Map Room Blog. Items of interest from the wonderful world of maps. Maps are for history, not just for geography. This post was originally published on the Maps and Music blog http:/ mapsandmusic.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/project/. This concerns the ongoing project to digitise the Map Room card catalogue (along with the Music card catalogue); records for the whole map collection should be available on SOLO by autumn this year. Here are some examples of the main types of map I noticed repeating.